Can you believe I'm 29 years old and just having my first S'more today? I'm not a huge graham cracker fan, so I've always just skipped them and enjoyed my burned marshmallows with a side of chocolate bar. However, I wanted to make special treats to send home with my son's class for Halloween. I read a tutorial online about cutting shapes into graham crackers, and immediately, I knew I had to make a special s'more. How you do that is to lightly wet each side of the graham cracker with water and microwave for 15 seconds. The cookie cutter of your choice will cut right through the cracker. Eventually, it will firm back up. To make the s'more, I lightly brushed the outside of the marshmallow with water and rolled it in black and orange sprinkles. I placed a square of chocolate upside down (so the design wouldn't show through) on top of the cut-out square, and I placed the marshmallow on the full half. I microwaved the chocolate graham for 10 seconds alone before adding the marshmallow graham to microwave for an additional 10 seconds. Carefully and quickly, I made the sandwich as soon as the timer went off. These are sure to delight the kids, and they are tasty, despite the graham crackers. :)
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Can you believe I'm 29 years old and just having my first S'more today? I'm not a huge graham...